Matt Wax Matter Mitre Box and Saw
Due to limited stock, we have sold out of this saw individually, however, it is still available as part of the Ultimate Lost Wax Tool Kit.
New stock will be arriving in January 2022. Our last order of these sold out within a day. The Matter Box is a convenient and time-saving device. You can slice wax ring tubes and bars into tablets with perfectly straight and parallel walls, or tapered sides.
Includes hand saw with solid wooden handle and fine steel blade for effortless cutting and a smooth finish. It also includes a stop lock for cutting multiple tablets or ring slices of the same size.
The box has three cutting slots; one in the centre for cutting parallel walls, and two on the sides for cutting tapered walls. The stop may be set if more than one tablet of the same thickness is needed.
Using this saw and mitre block saves wax and you'll spend far less time cleaning up your wax piece after cutting the wax.
This mitre box is used in the Pod Studio during our Lost Wax Silver Ring Workshops. This product is also available as part of the Ultimate Lost Wax Jewellery Tool Kit and the Ultimate Lost Wax Jewellery Tool Kit (minus tools from the Premium Kit).
We have been using the Matt mitre box in the studio now for a few years and it allows you to cut neat straight lines on wax tubes and blocks of wax. Using this saw and mitre block saves wax and you'll spend far less time cleaning up your wax piece after cutting the wax.
I’m always looking for more cost effective options and there are cheaper mitre boxes on the market, so I recently bought one to test it out. Unfortunately these cheaper mitre boxes are actually not made for cutting wax, as the sides of the box are much lower than the height of wax tubes and sliced wax. This makes them completely useless, as there is nothing to guide the saw in a straight line.
- Brand: Matt
- Size: 150mm L X 50mm wide
- Manufactured in: United States
Prices include GST.
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